Nearby Attractions

Few tourist regions in the world gather so many cities and villages in such a short distance that it is almost mythical. 

 

Nice, Cannes, Antibes Juan-Les-Pins, Grasse, Monaco, Chin, Eze, St Paul de Vence and so many other villages between the sea and mountains make the character of Côte d'Azur: a harmonious mixture of culture, art, festive pleasures in an exceptional natural decoration.

Cannes

 

Upon the discovery of the districts and streets of Cannes, you will be seduced by the mythical places made ​​famous by the Cannes Film Festival, Palais des Festivals and the Congresses. From its famous steps, the alleys of the old town of Le Suquet and the charm of Provençal markets. 

 

But there are other wonders to Cannes to be seen and revisited again. Guided by the natural beauty of or its historic interest: the bay and its fine sand beaches, the Lérins Islands with their royal secular fort, museum and the abbey, the luxury hotels of Croisette and the beautiful houses it inherited when the royal families elected their winter district reside there.

Nice

 

Nice is a city of arts and culture, after Paris it is the city which houses the most museums. The city is livened up day and night in summer with the Nice Jazz festival in its magnificent arenas and the gardens of Cimiez.

 

Every day, on Saleya Courts, the big flower market with fruits and vegetables is held in the morning. The vitality of these districts with their markets in the middle of its shops and restaurants is contagious, life is guaranteed there.

Saint tropez

 

International tourist capital, the myth, Saint Tropez contributed to the fame of Côte d'Azur. This small village is the most known to the world. Inescapable meeting spot of the jet setting, Saint-Tropez comes as a surprising, by its simplicity and its rustic traditional aspect. Its small alleys, the square, , its beaches… On the contrary, on the most beautiful port of Saint-Tropez the yachts come to dock there and will make the curious dream  and observe the “stage”.

Considered as the world capital of Sailing and especially Arts, Saint-Tropez covers all fronts. Its ramparts and the citadel testify its the the city for fishermen's small ports until the arrival of Guy de Maupassant and Paul Signac…

Monaco

 

A synonymic magnificent site known all over the world for its posh luxury and extreme extravagance. An outstanding panorama view of France and Italy’s borders which is among one of the most beautiful coasts in the world.

 

Monaco-city, its historic heart, situated in front of the Princely Palace is a maze of narrow and colored alleys. Alleys strewed with fountains and the old buildings offer one a concentrated history.

 

In Monte Carlo, the parade of designer cars is a daily one and one of the most prestigious motor racing, Grand Prix of F1, takes place every yearly every May. Stopping-off place of the most beautiful boats of the Mediterranean Sea, the port of Hercule and the outside swimming pool have the looks of a Hollywood sets.

Iles de Lerins

 

Laying in the bay of Cannes and in the massif of Estérel, two beauty spots, the Lérins Islands. Archipelago of legends, saint-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat are two unique jewels which shine natural and cultural heritages. These islands are the inescapable meeting stay at cannois.